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April 20, 1959

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGE FOU* — Society News BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COtlRIER NEWS Mis» tfillto Ann M&llory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Friday Bridge Clubs Entertained Friday Club played in the home of Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Jr. Friday. Bridge winners were Mrs. Bob Logan, .Mrs. Stevenson and Mrs. Oscar Fendler. Mrs. Billy Joe Gean entertained Vcndredi Club, inviting Mrs. Utho Barnes and Mrs. .Wallace Smith as guesls. Bridge winners were Mrs. Tommy Sylvester, Mrs. Ed Townsend and Mrs. E. L. Boggs. Friday Contract Club met with Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr. with Mrs. Jesse Taylor as guest. Game winners were Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. C. W. Garrigan and Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. H. G. Partlow, Jr. entertained Friday Dessert Club with a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Partlow, Sr. Guests were Mrs. Dan Burge and Mrs. J. L. Weslbrook, Jr. • Mrs. Weslbrook and Mrs. C. C. Czeschin, Jr. won high scores. Friday Bridge Club played in the home of Mrs. E. E. Martin. Mrs. Bob Warren won high fcore, Mrs. I. R. Coleman, second, and Mrs. Ben Harpole, bridgo. Popular Fellow CHEYENNE, Wyo. IXi - Slate Sen. Elmer Kinnaman took a dim view of some lobbying during the Wyoming Legislature. He received a telegram, signed by about 35 Hawlins residents, urging.him to support a bill being considered. Among the signatures was his own name. He hadn't signed the petition. SUCCESSOR —J. Graham Parsons, above, will succeed Walter S. Robertson as assistant secretary o£ state for Far Eastern affairs. Parsons wUJ take over July 1. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY - Mr. and Mrs. Noble Capehart of Caruthersvillo celebrated their golden anniversary yesterday with a reception at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Capcharl were married In Caruthersville. Mrs. Capelmrl is the former Miss Hetlie Coleman daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Coleman of Holland. Their children are Mrs. Arnold Moon of Camerillo, Calif., Mrs. Floyd Smith of Steele, Mrs. D. K. Hudson of Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs Finis M T *r? MCr , i ,° n ' '"•• N ° ble Capellart ' PinneU Cap*"* and Mrs. Joe Cohoon, all of Holland. (Photo by Yeager) Miss Bahn Honored .with Drop-In Barbara Bahn, who lefl Saturday to mak'e her home in Texas, was honored with a drop-in Friday evening in the Hoyt Brown home. Hostesses were Misses Jan Brown, Loretta Mallory and Joan "Yafton. They were assisted by iUrs, Brown who used spring flowers to decorate entertaining rooms. Assorted cookies and iced drinks were served throughout the evening with party games providing entertainment. A gift was given to Miss Bahn. /ge No Handicap TORR1NGTON, Conn. W-Every day, despite the weather, Miss Julia Carroll arrives at SI. Francis Church before 7 a.m. to play the church organ and act as choir director. In addition to playing for %vo regular masses each day she s on hand for evening services, weddings, funerals and frequent ciioir rehearsals. Miss Carroll will bo 93 in May. Phyllis Hunt Celebrates 7th Birthday Phyllis Terry Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hunt, celebrated her seventh birthday Saturday, Judy Wren and Barbara Hunt won prizes in party games, after which birthday cake and punch were served. Mrs. Hunt was assisted in serving by Phyllis' cousin, Miss Sandra Kay Wilson. Sea Food HONOLULU W -'There's a lot ot fond in the ocean, but a scientist says the chances that you'll get to eat much of it are slim. "It'd be better to mow your lawn and eat the grass," advises marine botanist Albert J. Bern- alowicz. "And chepaer." Tile University of Hawaii scientist pointed out tnat a column of water one yard by loo feet would contain only about V\ o( a pound of vegetable matter even solar energy (hat does the earth. E. P. Hardin, who has been a patient in Memphis Bapiist Hospital following surgery, is now al the home c( his daughter, Mrs. Raymond Zactiry. Mrs, Guy Burks, Sr. is now at iier home following several days' Ireatment at Memphis Baptist Hospital, Douglas Ladner, sutdenl at Arkansas State College, spent the weekend here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, B. T. Ladner. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wunderlieh of Memphis visited relatives here over the weekend. Mrs. U. C. Sims, Sr. is undergoing treatment at Chiekasawba Hospital. Mrs. J. W. Puftle left this morning for St. Louis where she will visit her daughter, Miss Delia Purlle, and son, Robert Purlle, and family. E. B. Woodton is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Dr. Robert Smart, of Richmond, Va., visited relatives here over Ihe weekend. Among those in Memphis over the weekend lo participate in bridge tournament were Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Mrs. 0. W. McCulch- cn, Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mrs. F. E. Black, Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Jim Roleson. Mrs. Boyd Tomlinson returned by plane yesterday from Wash- inglno, D. C., where she spent two weeks visiting her daughters, Mrs. Ted Lewis and Mrs. Jack Saliba. She was met in Memphis by Mr. and 'Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Simmons and' son Ricky of Little Rock spent the weekend in Del) visiting his mother, Mrs. Sam Simmons, and other relatives. Condition of R. V. Mallory, who underwent surgery Saturday at Memphis Baptist Hospital, is reported to be progressing satisfac- (orily. He is in Room 762M. Jack Thompson, Jr. has been elected Commissioner of Educational Activities at Southwestern at Memphis in student body elections held April 35. Mr. Thompson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson, Jr. of Blylheville. He is a sophomore at Southwestern where he has been a member of Honor Council for two years and was recently elected to be its vice-president of next year. He is a member of the Westminster Fellowship and of Sigma Nu fraternity. Stomping Grounds TULSA, Okla. W - Small automobiles which are easy lo park and light on gasoline consumption have drawbacks. Ronald I. Arganbright found 5- year old boys can get on top of his foreign model easily. He said their playful activity caused him to spend ?400 to ge'. roof dents ironed out. Especially after 65! Hosp,tal and surgical bills «„ w i pe — ----,. .•_«,.«. • i |iv.« 11— j_ * :ir* M 6 u aLn - ?' der) P re P a V s hospital and > 'iH$. Membership is open NOW. W benefits MONDAY, APRIL 20,1»5» THEIR MAN —Charles E. Rivett-Carnao, 57, is Canada's J, Edgar Hoover. He's new commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Cotillion Club Has Spring Dance Cotillion Club members and guests were entertained with a spring dance Saturday evening in Plantation Room of Hotel Noble. Dogwood blossoms were used in floral arrangements throughout the ballroom wilh tulips and iris being arranged on the buffet table. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yates. Junior High PTA to Meet Tomorrow Blylheville Junior High Parent- Teacher Associalion will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, preceded by an executive board meeting at 2 and study course at 1:30." Sirs. Glenn Ladd will teach the :ourse, "Family Life Education- Are We Passing the. Buck?" The program for the afternoon will be presented by the seventh and eighth grade girls' ensemble under direction of Elvis Coble. New officers will be installed and ninth 'grade mothers will be honored during the social hour. Remember: Pay Your.Paper Boy Revive Your Hair With Daily Care Thin hair. Limp hair. Dry hair. These are the problems of th« nature woman and they are not solved simply by,gelling a permanent, ' Take a look around you and you'll recognize at a glance the hair problems of women in the mid-years. A head of thick, glossy hair which curls readily is the exception, not the rule. What's (he solution? Hard work. The same solution that's good for figure and skin problems. And what is the hard work lhat will restore hair to ils past glory? First of all, scalp massage at home. This should be done faithfully morning and night. You can rotate your scalp with your fingertips as you read. Next, brushing. This means 100 strokes from scalp to hair ends each day. Regular and expert cutting to keep hair in shape. And a special shampoo aimed at your particular hair problem, this is essential. Add hot oil treatment at home if you need them.- You won't see results overnight. But if you're patient, you'll gain back lovely hair. * ' * * Teen-agers who fuss endlessly wilh hair and make-up and are casual about pulling on clean lingerie each day are fooling only themselves. For the girl who is radiantly clean right down to the hide is the one.who altracts other people. To spend hours selling your hair in rollers and skimp on the •10 minutes it takes to rinse out bra, slip and girdle is'making poor use of lime. Of course, you should set your hair but you should set it in 15 to 20 minutes and allot enough lime lo your other bcauly tasks. Never dawdle over one task so that you have to skip your daitv shower or balh. Loads of lipstick won't make up for grubby skin. * * » One of (he besl ways lo slay attractive is to have an open mind.. It's an open mind that will lead you lo experiment with new make-up, hair styles and fashions. That way, you won't rate yourself by wearing the shoulder length bob lhat was all the thing when you were in your 20s. 1'ou'll avoid the heavily lipslicked mouth once affected by movie queens. You won't slock your wardrobe with (he same style of dress that looked so well on you when you Coming Events MONDAY Red Cross Chapter meeting at chapter office, 7:30 p.m. Circle Seven jriti Mrs. C. C. Czeschin, Jr., « p.m. Joy Rebekah Lodge meeting at 2023 West Main, 7:30 p.m. Rebekah Lodge 18 meeting, 7:SO p.m. Hammond Organ Society meet ing at 1000 West Main, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Dell Kiwanis Club meeting. Tuesday Club meeting with Mrs. John Caudill. ' Tuesday Club meeting with Mrs John Caudill. LaPelite Club meeting wilh Mrs. J. M. Williams. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. C. Higginson. Contract Club meeting wilh Mrs. Richard Hose. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Bob Sullivan. Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. John McDowell, 400 Hardin, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. L. L. Hubener will be whostess. Creel Club meeting with Mrs. Jerry Burns. , Tuesday Cnaasla Club meeting wilh Mrs. Bert Warbington. African Violet Club meeting with Mrs. W. L. Boren at Dell. Junior High PTA meeting at p.m. WEDNESDAY Bon Ami Club meeting with Mrs. Ralph Wafler. TLE Club meeting with Mrs. W B. Cherry. Trinity Junior GA's and Sunbeams meeting at church, 3:45 p.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Charles Larigston. Lange PTA meeting at 3 p.m. Chapter D PEO meeting at home of Mrs. Kendall Berry, 1 p.m. Mrs. Jack Hale will be co- hostess. Wednesday Night Club meeting with Mrs. George Green. Dell Octet Club meeting with Mrs. Jean Bradberry, Club CH meeting with Mrs. John Lewis. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Charles Hose. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Wise. were lithe and slim. You'll adjust with the times, fry the new and so stay in step. Bring Your Beauty Problems To Rothrock's Beauty Consultant Mildred Smith Mrs. Smith has had twelve yean o f experience and expert training in cosmetics. Come in and let her advise you on Helena Rubenstein, Rev/on and Max Factor cosmetic*. Free Beauty Analysis ROTHROCK DRUG CO 300 W. Main St. Phoi* PO 3-4451 Daytime Wonder T PATT-0-RAMA T[ By Sue Burnett A simple, neat-as-a-pin daytime dress that you can run up 1-2-3! 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